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Anybody else on Soul Source ever frequent Pantiles, on the A30 in Bagshot, Surrey ?

Not exactly a 100% soul club, but in the 70T's the music they played was about 75%

soul, old and current. I had a mate Phil barrs who DJ'd there guess about 1974 - 76

he was an old Mecca/Torch hand and snook the odd NS choon in when he could.

Many a great night had there over the years, have to say more for chasing women

than spinning to Rose Batiste....... tongue.gif

https://www.pantilesclub.co.uk/Main.htm

Oohhh............if only that car park could talk...................

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Anybody else on Soul Source ever frequent Pantiles, on the A30 in Bagshot, Surrey ?

Not exactly a 100% soul club, but in the 70T's the music they played was about 75%

soul, old and current. I had a mate Phil barrs who DJ'd there guess about 1974 - 76

he was an old Mecca/Torch hand and snook the odd NS choon in when he could.

Many a great night had there over the years, have to say more for chasing women

than spinning to Rose Batiste....... tongue.gif

https://www.pantilesclub.co.uk/Main.htm

Oohhh............if only that car park could talk...................

i used to go there years ago..everyone used to meet in the pub in bagshot just before the village..the hero i think it was called..stopped going yrs ago as i saw a m8 run over and killed crossing the rd....never was the same for me after that...i was approached to put on a northern night around 6 yrs ago..i jumped at the chance but heart sank when the manager asked how many i thought i could get through the door on a thursday night

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i used to go there years ago..everyone used to meet in the pub in bagshot just before the village..the hero i think it was called..stopped going yrs ago as i saw a m8 run over and killed crossing the rd....never was the same for me after that...i was approached to put on a northern night around 6 yrs ago..i jumped at the chance but heart sank when the manager asked how many i thought i could get through the door on a thursday night

moldie

Where are you from Moldie ?

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origially from aldershot but lived in farnborough for last 18 yrs

Don't know how old you are but there used to be an all-niter in Farnborough, close to

the station, underneath the then Yellow Pages offices, think it was called something

like "Blue Lagoon" or something like that, it was a very, very, very long time ago.

Chris L

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Don't know how old you are but there used to be an all-niter in Farnborough, close to

the station, underneath the then Yellow Pages offices, think it was called something

like "Blue Lagoon" or something like that, it was a very, very, very long time ago.

Chris L

im 45 this year..i dont remember that at all..was it bc or ad? :( ..the only blue lagoon event i ever heard of was in hilsea at the lido run by johnny rolfe then taked over by keith and maxine woon

bisley pavillion was the big soul night way back in the 7ts

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im 45 this year..i dont remember that at all..was it bc or ad? :( ..the only blue lagoon event i ever heard of was in hilsea at the lido run by johnny rolfe then taked over by keith and maxine woon

bisley pavillion was the big soul night way back in the 7ts

There were actually quite a few clubs in the area in the early 70T's. In Woking the Atalanta,

Agincourt in Camberley (sung on stage with Edwin Starr - Tueday night, way before War

made him a super-star - very much riding on those Ric-Tic re-issues), Something underneath

the car park in Bracknell, opposite Bentalls, don't know the name, Pantiles of course, best

soul club around was the A Train in Guildford every sunday evening, 100% soul, think one of

the DJ's is involved on Bisley. There was a real Northern Soul all-niter in Portsmouth, put

together by sailors from "Up Norf" called the Marina. On a par with the Wheel as far as music

was concerned, loads of imports, M Lance, etc. It started to go pear shaped with the advent

of funk/protest "soul" music 1971/72 that's when we headed up to the Cats, Mecca & Torch.

Ever come accross a character called Pat Munroe? he used to live practically at Pantiles.

Chris L

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There were actually quite a few clubs in the area in the early 70T's. In Woking the Atalanta,

Agincourt in Camberley (sung on stage with Edwin Starr - Tueday night, way before War

made him a super-star - very much riding on those Ric-Tic re-issues), Something underneath

the car park in Bracknell, opposite Bentalls, don't know the name, Pantiles of course, best

soul club around was the A Train in Guildford every sunday evening, 100% soul, think one of

the DJ's is involved on Bisley. There was a real Northern Soul all-niter in Portsmouth, put

together by sailors from "Up Norf" called the Marina. On a par with the Wheel as far as music

was concerned, loads of imports, M Lance, etc. It started to go pear shaped with the advent

of funk/protest "soul" music 1971/72 that's when we headed up to the Cats, Mecca & Torch.

Ever come accross a character called Pat Munroe? he used to live practically at Pantiles.

Chris L

i remember the agincourt well..there was also soul nights at the tumble down dick in farnborough

a m8 on here..darkhorse01252 and i used to go to a youth club that played northern

loved it and when we are at an oldies event we turn and laugh about the tunes we used to hear

its always been a good area round here for northern..do you remember steve and gary jeffries?..both dead now im afraid.then theres jez bishop too..hes on here.i remember going to my first niter with a few aldershot soulies..pete myles etc..bedford nite spot

i think the bisley dj you refer to is derek mead...he was into northern long b4 the pyramids were made

another name from pantiles was brian dorey...and what about fleet country club and the laughable fleet soul patrol

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Me and my m8 sophie used to go to the wooden Bridge in Guildford ´bout 1976/77 was mates with Jez bishop (We knew him as Punter then) Think he is the DJ associated with bisley you were talking about. Got dressed up and went to pantiles a few time underage but it didn´t seem to matter so much then.

Think her mum and mine got together found out we were not doing homework after all and i was grounded for a month!

We also went to snoopys in richmond. Anyone remember that?

Sad but true!

Helen

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Anybody else on Soul Source ever frequent Pantiles, on the A30 in Bagshot, Surrey ?

Not exactly a 100% soul club, but in the 70T's the music they played was about 75%

soul, old and current. I had a mate Phil barrs who DJ'd there guess about 1974 - 76

he was an old Mecca/Torch hand and snook the odd NS choon in when he could.

Many a great night had there over the years, have to say more for chasing women

than spinning to Rose Batiste....... :(

https://www.pantilesclub.co.uk/Main.htm

Oohhh............if only that car park could talk...................

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i remember the agincourt well..there was also soul nights at the tumble down dick in farnborough

a m8 on here..darkhorse01252 and i used to go to a youth club that played northern

loved it and when we are at an oldies event we turn and laugh about the tunes we used to hear

its always been a good area round here for northern..do you remember steve and gary jeffries?..both dead now im afraid.then theres jez bishop too..hes on here.i remember going to my first niter with a few aldershot soulies..pete myles etc..bedford nite spot

i think the bisley dj you refer to is derek mead...he was into northern long b4 the pyramids were made

another name from pantiles was brian dorey...and what about fleet country club Been to fleet many a time in my youf wiv me good mate steve who still comes out with us to niters 30 years on and the laughable fleet soul patrol God, haven´t heard that for ages He He!!

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Me and my m8 sophie used to go to the wooden Bridge in Guildford ´bout 1976/77 was mates with Jez bishop (We knew him as Punter then) Think he is the DJ associated with bisley you were talking about. Got dressed up and went to pantiles a few time underage but it didn´t seem to matter so much then.

Think her mum and mine got together found out we were not doing homework after all and i was grounded for a month!

We also went to snoopys in richmond. Anyone remember that?

Sad but true!

Helen

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hi helen

i was an underage wooden bridge regulars in the 7ts

not old enough to drink but big enough to get in

those were the days

helen surely you aint old enough to remember

moldie...xx

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I occasionally went to Pantiles in the early 70's but did not like the music. Originally from Camberley, my friends and I (or on my own) went to the commercial and non commercial soul music clubs around the area during the early/mid 1970's: Bisley Pavilion; Aldershot -Buxted Chicken Factory; Camberley-Agincourt, Shades of Green, Banners/Cambridge Hotel, Hawley Hotel; Farnborough-Town Hall, Queens Hotel, Blue Moon, Big C. Tumbledown Dick; Fleet-Town Hall, Silver Park Club, Fleet Country Club. I also used to go to Reading Top Rank (Night Owl), Farnham-Harveys; Woking-Atlanta; Richmond-Cheeky Pete's; Egham-Francos; Guildford-Annabellas/Cinderellas, Windsor Safari Park Club, plus the club under Bracknell carpark - Dawbourne's (I think).

During the early 70's the Agincourt used to hold a Northern Soul night every Thursday. At most of the non commercial soul clubs you could order and buy all your Soul & American Import records off the DJ's. You could get the coach organised by Derek to Wigan Casino from outside the Tumbledown Dick.

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There were actually quite a few clubs in the area in the early 70T's. In Woking the Atalanta,

Agincourt in Camberley (sung on stage with Edwin Starr - Tueday night, way before War

made him a super-star - very much riding on those Ric-Tic re-issues), Something underneath

the car park in Bracknell, opposite Bentalls, don't know the name, Pantiles of course, best

soul club around was the A Train in Guildford every sunday evening, 100% soul, think one of

the DJ's is involved on Bisley. There was a real Northern Soul all-niter in Portsmouth, put

together by sailors from "Up Norf" called the Marina. On a par with the Wheel as far as music

was concerned, loads of imports, M Lance, etc. It started to go pear shaped with the advent

of funk/protest "soul" music 1971/72 that's when we headed up to the Cats, Mecca & Torch.

Ever come accross a character called Pat Munroe? he used to live practically at Pantiles.

Chris L

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I know Pat Munroe. Last time I spoke to him was two years ago at a Bisley Pavilion Northern Soul night. He now goes to the soul club in Ascot.

is pat the m8 of colin smith and marcus

very funny man if it is..top bloke

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I know Pat Munroe. Last time I spoke to him was two years ago at a Bisley Pavilion Northern Soul night. He now goes to the soul club in Ascot.

He and I used to hang out when we were 16, made contact with him about a year ago, we plan to meet up

end September when I'm next in the UK, boy did we ever get into some stuff together if only our parents

knew. Both my girlfrinds of the time were in love with him, mind I was the one shagging 'em so didn't

matter

:(:P

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Camberley-Agincourt - DJ called Jamie something or other

Shades of Green, Banners/Cambridge Hotel, - did them, Mike Ritson D'd at the Shades

Farnborough- Blue Moon - was that the all-niter ?

Reading Top Rank (Night Owl), - Boy, did that loadsa times

Woking-Atlanta; - won me spurs at that place, remember the floor used to bend and bounce ?

Richmond-Cheeky Pete's; - went there a couple of times, used to date a girl from Surbiton

Bracknell carpark - Dawbourne's (I think). - used to date a couple of girls from Bracknell used to go there to, I have somewhere some photos taken there on Barbara Morris's 21st, she hired it for the night.

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Anybody else on Soul Source ever frequent Pantiles, on the A30 in Bagshot, Surrey ?

Not exactly a 100% soul club, but in the 70T's the music they played was about 75%

soul, old and current. I had a mate Phil barrs who DJ'd there guess about 1974 - 76

he was an old Mecca/Torch hand and snook the odd NS choon in when he could.

Many a great night had there over the years, have to say more for chasing women

than spinning to Rose Batiste....... :thumbup:

https://www.pantilesclub.co.uk/Main.htm

Oohhh............if only that car park could talk...................

Your too funny for words Mr L...I can remember Pantiles car park....said quite a few things..... :lol:

I also went to the Windsor Safari Park Club....and another club called Hunters in South Kensington...mostly soul/motown played there but still very good music.

Yes I went to Pantiles

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Your too funny for words Mr L...I can remember Pantiles car park....said quite a few things..... :lol:

I also went to the Windsor Safari Park Club....and another club called Hunters in South Kensington...mostly soul/motown played there but still very good music.

Yes I went to Pantiles

Well, young lady I do hope you behaved yourself in that car park, I know I always did.

I never heard of Hunters in South Ken, I did do the Cromwell and some other flashy place

in South Ken maybe that was Hunters, can't remember it was sooooooooooooo long ago

when I was tall, handsome, had my own legs, hair & teeth..........................................

Heard that Pantiles will be rebuilt into an old peoples home, can't think of a better place

to spend my last days, might even hang around the car park :D

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(Well, young lady I do hope you behaved yourself in that car park, I know I always did.

when I was tall, handsome, had my own legs, hair & teeth..........................................

Heard that Pantiles will be rebuilt into an old peoples home, can't think of a better place

to spend my last days, might even hang around the car park :D )

I always behave myself.... you still are tall, and distinguised looking....who's legs, hair and teeth

do you have then...lol...

Well I might have to join you there then...lol....and the car park.... :rolleyes:

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I occasionally went to Pantiles in the early 70's but did not like the music. Originally from Camberley, my friends and I (or on my own) went to the commercial and non commercial soul music clubs around the area during the early/mid 1970's: Bisley Pavilion; Aldershot -Buxted Chicken Factory; Camberley-Agincourt, Shades of Green, Banners/Cambridge Hotel, Hawley Hotel; Farnborough-Town Hall, Queens Hotel, Blue Moon, Big C. Tumbledown Dick; Fleet-Town Hall, Silver Park Club, Fleet Country Club. I also used to go to Reading Top Rank (Night Owl), Farnham-Harveys; Woking-Atlanta; Richmond-Cheeky Pete's; Egham-Francos; Guildford-Annabellas/Cinderellas, Windsor Safari Park Club, plus the club under Bracknell carpark - Dawbourne's (I think).

Wow, you must have really struggled with your homework.

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Small world, thats where I met Jez. Went oop North with him a couple of times.

its just a pity you came back down south again colin

i went past pantiles today..its all boarded up with wooden hoarding round the entire building :rolleyes:

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I occasionally went to Pantiles in the early 70's Camberley-Agincourt, Shades of Green, FarnboroughBlue MoonReading Top Rank (Night Owl), Woking-Atlanta; Richmond-Cheeky Pete's plus the club under Bracknell carpark - Dawbourne's (I think).

During the early 70's the Agincourt used to hold a Northern Soul night every Thursday. At most of the non commercial soul clubs you could order and buy all your Soul & American Import records off the DJ's. You could get the coach organised by Derek to Wigan Casino from outside the Tumbledown Dick.

We must have met at some time for sure, I used to go to those Aigincourt NS nights,

the DJ was called Jamie ? I think. All the rest I went to also, where you from ?

Chris Lalor

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I occasionally went to Pantiles in the early 70's but did not like the music.

Woking-Atlanta

Actually called the Atalanta, built as a ballroom in the late 1800's. We used to go there

from Walton, Hersham, West Byfleet, etc. all meet up on the train. Get to Woking station,

down the new bit, past the Albion pub. We'd always be there before the place opened,

queing up was always a part of the experience. The DJ Bob Potter used to play a reel to

reel tape whilst setting up the decks. It was the same tape for all the times I went there,

which I guess must have been for about 2 years. Tracks were Behind a painted smile -

Isley Bros, Right Traclk - Billy Butler, People - the Tymes, Help Me - Spellbinders, Sly &

Family Stone - Everyday people, can't remember the rest. The wooden dance floor used

to bend when it got full and a popular record came on. Boy!! spooky I can remember all

this stuff, I have no idea what I had for tea last night.......... unsure.gif

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I never went to Pantiles, but went regularly to the Hawley Hotel - I saw my first punks there - until Frenchies opened and took all Hawley punters. I never thought Frenchies was as good as the Hawley though and only went there a few times. I went to the Dawbourne Club a couple of times, including my first All-Dayer; Cheeky Petes a few times; a couple of places in Guildford; a place in Camberley which I'm sure was above the shopping centre, but I can't remember the name; and every Reading Top Rank All-Dayer except August Bank Holiday 1977 when Chris Hill led the conga line downstairs to take over the main room.

I went to the Atalanta once to see a band called Smiling Hard, who were a not very good Brit funk band, and can remember the DJ playing George Benson's Super Ship.

Did anyone go to the Sunday lunch time sessions at the Belvedere on the road between Ascot and Virginia Water in the mid-80s? They could be quite good, but getting out of the carpark at the end was a nightmare.

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There were actually quite a few clubs in the area in the early 70T's. In Woking the Atalanta,

Agincourt in Camberley (sung on stage with Edwin Starr - Tueday night, way before War

made him a super-star - very much riding on those Ric-Tic re-issues), Something underneath

the car park in Bracknell, opposite Bentalls, don't know the name, Pantiles of course, best

soul club around was the A Train in Guildford every sunday evening, 100% soul, think one of

the DJ's is involved on Bisley. There was a real Northern Soul all-niter in Portsmouth, put

together by sailors from "Up Norf" called the Marina. On a par with the Wheel as far as music

was concerned, loads of imports, M Lance, etc. It started to go pear shaped with the advent

of funk/protest "soul" music 1971/72 that's when we headed up to the Cats, Mecca & Torch.

Ever come accross a character called Pat Munroe? he used to live practically at Pantiles.

Chris L

I spent many, many nights in the Atalanta at Woking, started going there after the Co-op at Addlestone went downhill. Also went to Pantiles and was a regular at the Marina in Pompey. After the Marina we used to spend all day in Pompey and then go to a club near Guildford railway station on Sunday evenings - forget the name now.

Also went to Cheeky Petes at Richmond (it used to be The Castle), Reading and Croydon Top Ranks and the Orchid at Purley as well as Stretham Meccano and Hammersmith Palais. Also used to go to a little reggae club in Reading - a little basement club, often we were the only white guys in there!

Long way back now!!

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I spent many, many nights in the Atalanta at Woking, started going there after the Co-op at Addlestone went downhill. Also went to Pantiles and was a regular at the Marina in Pompey. After the Marina we used to spend all day in Pompey and then go to a club near Guildford railway station on Sunday evenings - forget the name now.

Also went to Cheeky Petes at Richmond (it used to be The Castle), Reading and Croydon Top Ranks and the Orchid at Purley as well as Stretham Meccano and Hammersmith Palais. Also used to go to a little reggae club in Reading - a little basement club, often we were the only white guys in there!

Long way back now!!

We must know each other !! I'm Chris Lalor I lived in Walton for a while................ :thumbsup:

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I spent many, many nights in the Atalanta at Woking, started going there after the Co-op at Addlestone went downhill. Also went to Pantiles and was a regular at the Marina in Pompey. After the Marina we used to spend all day in Pompey and then go to a club near Guildford railway station on Sunday evenings - forget the name now.

Also went to Cheeky Petes at Richmond (it used to be The Castle), Reading and Croydon Top Ranks and the Orchid at Purley as well as Stretham Meccano and Hammersmith Palais. Also used to go to a little reggae club in Reading - a little basement club, often we were the only white guys in there!

Long way back now!!

Little reggae club i Reading - The Thing a me Jig maybe?? Round the back of town - proper dive.

Alan

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Little reggae club i Reading - The Thing a me Jig maybe?? Round the back of town - proper dive.

Alan

Alan,

The club in Reading was down some steps with just a Coca-Cola sign over the door if I remember rightly, it actually featured for a few seconds in a History of Jamaican Music on TV once (BBC I think).

Chris,

I'm sure our paths must have crossed at some time - I replied to your PM.

Clive

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It was the BLUE MOON actually,

Don't know how old you are but there used to be an all-niter in Farnborough, close to

the station, underneath the then Yellow Pages offices, think it was called something

like "Blue Lagoon" or something like that, it was a very, very, very long time ago.

Chris L

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Me and my m8 sophie used to go to the wooden Bridge in Guildford ´bout 1976/77 was mates with Jez bishop (We knew him as Punter then) Think he is the DJ associated with bisley you were talking about. Got dressed up and went to pantiles a few time underage but it didn´t seem to matter so much then.

Think her mum and mine got together found out we were not doing homework after all and i was grounded for a month!

We also went to snoopys in richmond. Anyone remember that?

Sad but true!

Helen

XX

Forgot about Snoopys & Cheeky Petes in Richmond ....Use to attend such places when we weren't making the trek up norf or down to yate.

Use to attend the Wooden Bridge regularly in the 70s and if you look closely at my avatar you may recognise a young Jez Bishop...yes.gifn1066974539_30263686_1847.jpg

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Forgot about Snoopys & Cheeky Petes in Richmond ....Use to attend such places when we weren't making the trek up norf or down to yate.

Use to attend the Wooden Bridge regularly in the 70s and if you look closely at my avatar you may recognise a young Jez Bishop...yes.gif

Never made the Wooden Bridge but did do the Plaza at Guildford circa '69 boy did they ever play some great soul music as a young a

16 year old lad growing up (still disputed:lol: ) it really sorted me out as a music lover :) Even older the Woking Atalanta :) reckon

about 1968-ish :)

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Never made the Wooden Bridge but did do the Plaza at Guildford circa '69 boy did they ever play some great soul music as a young a

16 year old lad growing up (still disputed:lol: ) it really sorted me out as a music lover :thumbsup: Even older the Woking Atalanta :ohmy: reckon

about 1968-ish :D

I grew up in Addlestone and used to hear the older lads talk about the great soul scene in the 60's around that part of the country

I just missed out on the "Atta" in Woking but I remember the building well didnt it have a pointy roof turret thingy?

we use to go to Woking to buy our harringtons and stuff off the market ..I ended up working on a record stall there late 70s

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Is that Ian Stewart at the back of your photo??

Alan

Yes that is Iain ..:yes:

I haven't seen him or Jasmine in a long while.

I hope they are are both OK....

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I grew up in Addlestone and used to hear the older lads talk about the great soul scene in the 60's around that part of the country

I just missed out on the "Atta" in Woking but I remember the building well didnt it have a pointy roof turret thingy?

we use to go to Woking to buy our harringtons and stuff off the market ..I ended up working on a record stall there late 70s

Then you must have known Pete & Keith Hussey ? They all used to go down to the Portsmouth Marina too, an all-nighter. I lived in Walton-on-Thames for a bit and yes the Atta did have a pointy roof, well done !! :yes: The floor of the Atta used to bend if too many people came on to it and started moonstomping :yes::yes::D:lol: There was one bloke (I'll think you'll find his name on this thread somewhere) from Addletsone who, for a southerner had quite a tasty collection in 1970 :yes: Can't remember his name, Steve something meethinks.

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Then you must have known Pete & Keith Hussey ? They all used to go down to the Portsmouth Marina too, an all-nighter. I lived in Walton-on-Thames for a bit and yes the Atta did have a pointy roof, well done !! :yes: The floor of the Atta used to bend if too many people came on to it and started moonstomping :yes::yes::D:lol: There was one bloke (I'll think you'll find his name on this thread somewhere) from Addletsone who, for a southerner had quite a tasty collection in 1970 :yes: Can't remember his name, Steve something meethinks.

OMG I went to school with Dennis their little bro we started infants together and went all the way through.....

Pete and Keith tied me up when I was about 10 and hosed me down in their back yard with the horses a right pair of nutters back in the dayboxing.gifboxing.gif

Last time I saw Keith was on the train to Croydon he had an upholstery business over there that was about 1980.

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OMG I went to school with Dennis their little bro we started infants together and went all the way through.....

Pete and Keith tied me up when I was about 10 and hosed me down in their back yard with the horses a right pair of nutters back in the dayboxing.gifboxing.gif

Last time I saw Keith was on the train to Croydon he had an upholstery business over there that was about 1980.

Oh Yeah ...& I did go to Pantiles....not that often. (The pub across the road use to be called the Hero of Inkerman but they shortened it to Hero's.)

I was a bit young and found it expensive but I remember the girls were a lot classier than most places I frequented in those days laugh.gif

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OMG I went to school with Dennis their little bro we started infants together and went all the way through.....Pete and Keith tied me up when I was about 10 and hosed me down in their back yard with the horses a right pair of nutters back in the dayboxing.gifboxing.gif

Last time I saw Keith was on the train to Croydon he had an upholstery business over there that was about 1980.

I saw Keith (he didn't see me) in an Indian in New Haw with his wife and kids :yes: Yes they were pretty crazy kids alright...........................

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Oh Yeah ...& I did go to Pantiles....not that often. (The pub across the road use to be called the Hero of Inkerman but they shortened it to Hero's.)

I was a bit young and found it expensive but I remember the girls were a lot classier than most places I frequented in those days :laugh:

I'd forgotten about the Hero at Bagshot!! Used to meet Rob,Heather & gang from Aldershot over there quite often, late 70s - good times!!

Alan

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I'd forgotten about the Hero at Bagshot!! Used to meet Rob,Heather & gang from Aldershot over there quite often, late 70s - good times!!

Alan

hi alan

when we used to go to the hero in the late 7ts it would be rammed on a saturday and sunday night...we only used to drink orange juice there so as to save our cash for pantiles....there used to be untold crumpet there and we were all tightly packed...nice to see a heaving bosom stuff in yer face

moldie

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